1986 Camaro IROC Specifications?

Answer Introduced as direct competition to the Ford Mustang in 1967, the word "Camaro" means "Mustang killer" in pony-car slang. By 1985, Camaro had evolved to the point of being named in "Car and Driver"... Read More »

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The Specifications of an IROC-Z Camaro?

The Chevrolet Division of General Motors Corporation manufactured the IROC-Z Camaro. It was first offered as an option package on the 1985 Camaro Z-28 model. In 1988 the Z-28 line was dropped and t... Read More »

Specifications of the 1987 Camaro IROC-Z?

In 1985, Chevy introduced the IROC-Z model to its classic sports and muscle car known as the Camaro, to directly honor the International Race of Champions, according to Concept Carz. It had an impr... Read More »

What are the Specifications for a 1985 Camaro Iroc-Z?

According to Top Speed, the Camaro debuted to the United States market in 1967. Chevrolet created the Camaro to compete directly with Ford's Mustang. The 1967 model featured a 5.7-liter V8 engine. ... Read More »

What does IROC stand for in IROC Camaro?

IROC stands for International Race of Champions, a racing series. The first car that IROC raced was the Porsche Carrera, but the organizers sought a less expensive car to race. That is when Chevrol... Read More »